Posada Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of one of the richest mines in the area and as the processing area of the ore. The main living quarters have been reconstructed with original luxurious furnishings from that era. The grounds contain the original aqueducts, belfries, towers and flying buttresses complete with 20 acres of beautiful gardens containing flowers from around the world. It was beautifully done.
Under Guanajuata is an amazing complex of ...
... The hostel was nothing fancy but was a lovely place nonetheless and was right in the centre of the city. We walked around excited to be somewhere that felt Mexican! I can't explain why but it just did. The streets were lined with street vendors selling jewelry, food, crafts, fashion and more. We walked past a few cathedrals and a bustling town square which had trees grown into the shape of a giant hedge with restaurants lining the square on 2 sides. We took ...
... year and see if we could get first class, or even a private jet home next year. We'll see how that goes. :)
Kelsy's and my flight to Texas went well. Though, I must say I had some culture shock even before we took off. I was stunned by the short, annoyed-sounding responsed of the American hostess towards the passengers. After 2 months of, "at your service," "we've been waiting for you," "let me know if there's anything else I can do ...
... District Convention, with the only cost of a couple tanks of gas, some pre-trip car maintenance and enough Starbucks coffee's to keep our eyes open. The Mexican Highway cost for a 5 hour drive was around $70 CDN round trip, however, considering the alternative of the 2 lane, hole ridden and truck crammed "free" highways, it was worth it!
Anyway, My mom, her friend Chelo and me left Monday morning and drove straight to downtown Queretaro, where we ...
... We also head up on a funicular to the top of a hill overlooking the city and get some amazing pictures.
Everynight Callejonadores in cloaks gathered in the square and wandered the backstreets singing with a crowd following. The streets were rammed with people at all hours and street performers drew huge crowds. Everyday at anytime of night or in the early morning the church lets off fireworks that explode in the sky waking everyone up!